NBA India Games 2019: Indiana Pacers spring late comeback to edge past Sacramento Kings in pre-season game
After the regulation time ended at 118-118, the match was decided in the extra five minutes when the Pacers, who were trailing throughout the match, went ahead for the first time and managed to eke out a close win
NBA India Games 2019: Sacramento Kings coach Luke Walton says his team will 'fly' in upcoming season
Sacramento Kings missed out on the playoffs spot by a whisker last season and two-time NBA champion Luke Walton has been hired to to make it possible in upcoming season, something that they have not achieved since 2006.
NBA India Games 2019: Indiana Pacers, Sacramento Kings to use long-haul flight to India to strengthen team chemistry
The NBA India Games will see Indiana Pacers and Sacramento Kings take long-haul flights across multiple time zones. But both teams will use this 'historic' trip for team bonding.
Sacramento Kings star Harrison Barnes hopes basketball can attain same popularity as cricket in India
Barnes, who spent a week time in India, trying to promote basketball in the country sees a great potential of the sport spreading its wings.
Harrison Barnes interview: NBA star talks about the mid-game trade to Sacramento Kings, the NBA India Games and more
Harrison Barnes spoke to Firstpost about *that* trade which changed his life, his stint with the Golden State Warriors, the Sacramento Kings’ chances of making it to the Playoffs next season and the upcoming NBA India Games in October.
Sacramento Kings forward Harrison Barnes will visit India on Sunday. Barnes’ visit comes ahead of the NBA India Games 2019 in October this year, where the Kings will face the Indiana Pacers in two games.
Stephen Curry finished with 31 points as the Golden State Warriors won against the Phoenix Suns, while the Dallas Mavericks beat Chicago Bulls.
Try as they might, the Oklahoma City Thunder couldn't slow down Toronto Raptors star DeMar DeRozan on Wednesday.
The Dallas Mavericks put the worst start in franchise history behind them on Sunday, downing the Milwaukee Bucks 86-75 in overtime for their first win of the NBA season.
LeBron James and Kyrie Irving scored a combined 62 points as Cleveland beat defending champions Golden State Warriors 120-90 to win Game 3 of the NBA Finals